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Access Management: Tapping Local Knowledge to Develop an Actionable Plan

Gant, B., E. Stanio and P. Gross, “Access Management: Tapping Local Knowledge to Develop an Actionable Plan,” ITE 2007 Technical Conference and Exhibit, Managing Congestion–Can We Do Better? (2007)

The US 50 East Corridor Study was organized as an inclusive, open planning effort which led to opportunities for the Nevada Department of Transportation to achieve the access management goals of the study. The flexible nature of open inclusive planning allowed the parties to organize with the assistance of the planning process facilitator the means to accomplish the study’s goals.

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